Unforgiven Movie Review
The dialogue is fantastic, with Eastwood utterly believable in his testifying to the evils of whisky, and Hackman totally at ease with saying he "et it." Richard Harris's English Bob is an unforgettable pansy of a villain, and the widescreen cinematography is lush during the day, ominous during the invariably rainy nights.
Powerful and gut-wrenching, Unforgiven is filled with a modern-day, anti-violence sensibility, while violence rages all around it. Even if you don't like westerns (and I don't), you'll like this one. While the DVD has few extras, the widescreen presentation is one you won't want to miss. (Check out the new 10th Anniversary special edition if you're looking for more.)